FSSC 22000 version 5.1 accreditation

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ITA S.r.l. has achieved an extension of its Food Safety Management System accreditation and it is now FSSC 22000 v5.1 accredited. FSSC 22000 v5.1 accreditation is a great achievement after more than 1 year of very intensive work of our team.

We have successfully passed all inspections of both, the Foundation FSSC 22000 and the Accreditation Body, Accredia. We are now ISO 22000:2018 accredited for food chain categories “C” – Food manufacturing, “F” – Retail, Transport and Storage – Distribution and “G” – Retail, Transport and Storage – Provision of transport and storage. Our FSSC 22000 version 5.1 accreditation is for all 4 (four) subcategories within the food chain category “C” – CI – Processing of perishable animal products, CII – Processing of perishable plant products, CIII – Processing of perishable animal and plant products (mixed products) and CIV – Processing of ambient stable products.

Actual information about our accreditations may be always found on the Accredia website here.

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ISO 9001 – Quality management system. Requirements. Business improvement. Business risks assessment

ISO 9001 is the most common and most popular international standard. It provides a framework that allows organizations to develop and implement their own quality management systems, strive for the best achievements and manage their day-to-day operations effectively.

Any organization that has implemented a quality management system has the potential to attract and retain customers, while improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of its business.

The certification of quality management systems according to this standard is a guarantee that the organization has reliable mechanisms to ensure the quality of the products and services it provides.


  • Development of consistent, repetitive processes as a common system;
  • Increased business efficiency by improving monitoring and measurement;
  • Audit of the management system, identification of sustainability, stimulation of change;
  • Targeting the responsibility for development and management of the quality system to senior management;
  • Ensuring the necessary means to satisfy the requirements of the clients and other interested parties;
  • Identification and understanding of business risks and the means of minimizing them;
  • Continuous measurement of the company’s objectives and their implementation;
  • Identification of non-compliances and reducing errors in the quality of products and services;
  • Identification and elimination of the root causes of recurring problems, saving time and money;
  • Improvement of the overall performance and increase of profits.